Diagnostic Nerve Block
Nerve blocks are used for pain treatment and administration. A Diagnostic Nerve Block involves deadening a specific nerve or group of nerves that may be concerned in taking a patient’s pain. If a particular pain-carrying nerve is insensitive and a patient notes significant improvement in pain symptoms, the location of the pain generator is likely confirmed. A Diagnostic Nerve Block is used to authenticate the location of the pain initiator and the nerve carrying pain impulses from these painful structures. Once identified, the pain generator can be treated with a variety of interventional treatments including repeated nerve blocks, Radiofrequency Cryotherapy.
We are committed to providing a full pain relief services to our patients with treatments. Diagnostic nerve blocks are used to conclude resource of pain. These blocks normally contain an anesthetic with a known duration of relief.